This laptop i have been thinking about for sometime and am considering
getting it. My Budget was $1000 bucks and i am able to get it for that
because i work for the company. Am a text book case of someone who
dosent know a thing about Laptops, and need help to know what i want. I
like this one for the graphics card because i do plan on doing some
gaming, and web browsing for school. some ppl have told me get a better processor than graphics cards and others say better graphics card. Am not sure what i should go for. Am not a graphics designer, and the highest graphics game a play is GuildWars. i was wondering on what your input might be? And if there is something better out there for the money, if so what? thank in advance for your advise
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Re: Is this good for me? Asus G50Vm-x1
I would advise a desktop for gaming and notebook for school and web browsing. It is difficult to "squeeze" high graphic quality in a limited notebook space.
It's hard to go wrong with any notebook to be honest with you. That being said try to stick with well known name ds such as toshiba, dell, hp, etc. If you haven't heard of the brand it's best to stay away from it.
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Try another AC outlet, Try another Cord/charger with the EXACT same power specs. If the AC jack has been damaged due to pulling on the AC cord, you may have to replace the AC jack. Most likely, there is no in-line fuse in a laptop.
Go to Asus support link :- http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us
Over there, under General Download, select your Asus's product as Notebook, Series as G50 (you may have to scroll doen, to get the options) and model as G50V.
Then, select your operating system and click on Search.
Then, at the bottom of the items, you would see Manual : click on Manual, you will see Express Gate User Guide English Edition and ASUS Notebook Express Gate Manual, you can download each of them from here by clicking on Global, next to Download from , then input the special characters shows and click on Submit and download the manual.
Unfortunatley laptops have everything "built in onboard" which is to say to fix it you need to replace it. Take it back and try another one. The other option is to disable the wireless adaptor and get a usb wireless adapter to take it's place.